Tag Archives: Czech Republic

Praha, or How I Crammed A Life’s Worth of Activities into Four Days.

If you do not like Prague, you are dead to me. Prague is not an “agree to disagree” city. Prague is my favorite place in the world. Prague is my, as Liz Lemon would say, dealbreaker. I was filled with nervous energy as our overnight train from Budapest rolled into Praha hlavní nádraží [the main […]

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Vaclav Havel, The Sex Pistols, 8BC.

The city I feel most connected to, believe it or not, is Prague. Prague set me on the course I’m on today. But for Prague, I never would have gone to law school, never would have gained such an appreciation for government and history, and certainly wouldn’t feel as worldly or fulfilled as I do […]

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Are You Aware?

October is World Vegetarian Awareness Month. Who knew? I actually didn’t. [Fun Fact: October begins with World Vegetarian Day, and the month concludes with World Vegan Day on the 1st of November]. Here are some interesting reads about the celebrations and the cause generally: Find basic information on Vegetarian Awareness Month, from the North American […]

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